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2013 predictions: Six Degrees Group CEO Alastair Mills


Mills says BlackBerry’s long-term

future will depend on the success experienced by BB10, and that the success of Windows 8 will determine how well Microsoft Surface sells

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Six Degrees acquires Aurora Networks


Managed data services provider continues its acquisition strategy to add new capability in areas such as IP telephony and video conferencing

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Six Degrees achieves security management certification


Managed data services provider says achievement will give customers the confidence their data is safe whilst enabling new working practices

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Six Degrees makes Cloud hosting buy and raises new funding


Managed data services provider acquires Cloud Computing Centre, and agrees new £8 million funding package with Penta Capital

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Six Degrees Group adds to management team


Acquisitive managed data services provider creates new group business operations director role for industry veteran Mike Ing

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Six Degrees acquires two more companies


Managed data services provider targets top five hosting and cloud provider position in the UK this year following purchases of Firstserv and Serverstream 

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Six Degrees defers plans to acquire mobile dealers


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Six Degrees Group makes sixth purchase


Acquisition of managed hosting provider Ultraspeed takes firm’s spending to over £40 million on companies bought as it continues to focus on expanding in the mid-market

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Six Degrees Group secures a further £25m of funding


Unified communications provider receives backing from Clydesdale Bank to support its organic and acquisitive growth strategy

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2012 predictions: Six Degrees Group CEO Alastair Mills


Bring Your Own Device and convergence will be dominant forces, says Six Degrees Group CEO Alastair Mills, with Cloud computing playing a significant part in enabling technologies on-premise

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